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Academy Award 
Winners 

Best Picture: Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 

Best Director: Peter Jackson for Lord of the Rings: The 

Return of the King 

Best Actress: Charlize Theron for Monster 

Best Actor: Sean Penn for Mystic River 

Best Supporting Actress: Renee Zellweger for Cold 

Mountain 

Best Supporting Actor: Tim Robbins for Mystic R iver 



It was a great year for watching the news. Celebrities were constantly 
getting themselves in trouble and luckily, Paris Hilton provided hours 
of entertainment both on the web and on TV. If only Fox would 
have taken The Simple Life to the level of HBO. Alas, it was a fun 
year and thinking about the decorating scheme of Martha Stewart's 
jail cell can make even the bleakest days full of sunshine. 



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Biggest News Stories 

1 • Martha Stewart is convicted on all charges dealing with insider 

trading. 

A • Michael Jackson is accused once again of child molestation. 

•5 • The illustrious Benifer breaks up, for the last time, hopefully. 

T" • Sex and the City ends after six seasons. 

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O • Screen legend Katherine Hepburn dies. 



George W. Bush starts a crusade to introduce a Marriage 
Amendment to the Constitution. 

The US captures Saddam Hussein just in time for the election 

season. 

The Disney Company decides to split the CEO and Chair of the 
Board positions, demoting Michael Eisner to a single position. 



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Our Campus... 



(left) Barnes Science 
Center: Where Physics, 
Biology, Chemistry and 
Anthropology majors 
alike... form ulcers. 




(below) Never again will we have mail sent, 
books purchased, food eaten, e-mail checked, 
pottery thrown, films viewed, abs crunched and 
artworked critiqued., all in one building! 




(above) Do you still 
believe that story 
about Palmer Hall 
preventing the railroad 
from coming through 
campus? 



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(below) The Russell 
T. Tutt Science 
Center: Big Name, 
Big Brains, Big 
Windows 




(above) 
Humanities:Human::Registrar:Regis??? 



(right) The ever present 
view of Colorado 
College's first step in 
the beautification 
process... dirt. 




(left) Everyone's 
favorite Sunday 
morning ritual. 



(right) Everyone's favorite Sunday night 
ritual. 



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PTOS ENCHILADAS GOMBOPLATES 



(left) Everyone's favorite 
late night ritual. 




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(right) A movie 
theatre that actually 
shows independent 
films! 




(left) How many half filled John and John's 
cards will you end up with after graduation? 



(below) How many other stores have 
provided outfits for every theme party 
possible?? 



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Our 
Community... 



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(left) Come on 
ladies (and 
crossdressing men)., 
how much of your 
parents' money did 
you spend here? 




(left) Again... No 
Caption Necessary. 



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(right) Richard may 
be poor, but his 
pizza is sooo sooo 
good! 





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college., one of Colorado 



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President 
Kitty Mohrman is 

replaced by 

President Richard 

Celeste, former 

ambassador to India 

and governor of 

Ohio. 



The 

Lew, the bar in 

Worner, becomes 

the Tiger Pit, a workout 

room for all those who 

don't want to brave 

the weight room. 



Major changls 
AtCC 



The 

Western 

Ridge 

Apartments are 

built resembling 

ski condos in 

Breck. 



The 

Q Cafe 

becomes the Wild 

Sage becomes the 

Herb n' Farm, in just 

two years. 



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The 

Colorado 

College builds a 

new science center, 

although contrary to 

popular hope, there 

is no all night Taco 

Bell there. 



Benjamin's, 
once upon until 

midnight, 

drastically cuts 

hours, making it 

especially hard to 

get coffee in the 

morning. 



A LOOK AT 

Four vlars 





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Dedication of Tutt Science Center 




Maggie Collins Pete Gasper & Naya Sally Gasper 

Senior Class Secretary Locke George's Puppy Senior Class President 



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TONI MORRISON 

"IS NOTHING SACRED?" 

CORNERSTONE ARTS LECTURE 

FEBRUARY 4, 2004 

ARMSTRONG HALL 



When Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison came to Colorado Springs to deliver the 
annual Cornerstone Lecture, both Armstrong Hall and Shove Chapel were packed with 
admirers of the great American novelist. Ms. Morrison's topic was "Is Nothing Sacred?" 

For Morrison, language is sacred. In her 1993 Nobel acceptance speech, she said: "We die. That 
may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives." 

With her extraordinary gift for language, Morrison has carried readers to a world of grace and 
hardship, a world where white men define themselves as superior by the mere presence of 
blacks. And though her novels unflinchingly look racism in the eye and proclaim the power of 
the feminine, Morrison forcefully denies being someone who writes about racism, feminism or 
any "ism." Her subject is humanity and the quest for love, with all its tawdry desires, grandiose 
ambitions and glorious complications. 

Born Chloe Anthony Wofford in 1931 in Lorain, Ohio, a steel mill town on Lake Erie, 
Morrison was raised by working-class Depression-era parents who taught her how to work, how 
to rise above racism and how to laugh. Morrison left Lorain for Howard University, where she 
earned a bachelor's degree, and then to Cornell, where she studied literature and wrote her 
master's thesis on William Faulkner. In 1965, divorced and the mother of two young sons, 
Morrison went to work editing textbooks for Random House in New York City, stealing hours 
early in the morning to work on her first novel, The Bluest Eye, published in 1970. Of those 
years, Morrison has said: "I had no will, no judgment, no perspective, no power, no authority, 
no self- just this brutal sense of irony, melancholy and a trembling respect for words. I wrote 
like someone with a dirty habit." 



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Morrison followed The Bluest Eye with Sula (1973), Song of Solomon (1977), 
Beloved (1987), Tar Baby (1981), Jazz (1992), Paradise (1998) and Love (2003), 
served as senior editor in the trade department at Random House until 1983, and 
is now a professor of humanities at Princeton University. She was awarded the 
National Book Critics Circle Award for Song of Solomon, the Pulitzer Prize for 
Beloved, and, in 1993, the Nobel Prize in Literature for her body of work. She 
was the first African-American honored with that prize, one of only eight women 
Nobel laureates, and the first native-born American to win it in more than 30 
years (John Steinbeck won it in 1 962). 

In her Nobel lecture, Morrison neatly distilled the role of a novelist: 

"Tell us what it is to be a woman so that we may know what it is to be a man. 
What moves at the margin. What it is to have no home in this place. To be set 
adrift from the one you knew. What it is to live at the edge of a town that cannot 
bear your company," 

Our town proudly bore her company on Wednesday, Feb. 4. Count yourself 
lucky if you snagged a ticket. 



— Kathryn Eastburn , Colorado Springs Independent 




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Brian Anthony Abeyta - Biochemistry 

Ashley Alise Absmeier - Biology 

William L. Adams - History 

Amanda Marie Addison - Biology 

Carol S. Aldridge - Biology 

Melissa Marie Alley - Anthropology 

Johanna Sophia Altgelt - Asian 

Studies/Biology 

George E. Ames - German 

Peter Galbraith Anderson - Geology 

Marlene Rebecca Andrews - Sociology 

Andrew G. Appell - Economics 

Malia Virginia Arenth - English: Creative 

Writing 

Nicholas Harrison Asher - History 

Brian Christopher Atencio - Political Science 

Timothy D. Atkinson - Physics 

Christopher John Aubin - Biology 

Erika Risa Bad Hand - Liberal Arts and 

Sciences (Southwest Studies) 

Matthew Anthony Bahl - Sociology 

Abigail A. Baker - Neuroscience 

Katheryn E. Baker - Physics 

Alexis Dominique Reyes Ball - Sociology 

Miriam Emily Ban - Biology 

Francheska Marble Bardacke - Political 

Science 

Laura Stefania Perrone Baringer - French 

Culture 

Christopher Barlow - English: Creative 

Writing 

Ernesto R. Barnabas, Jr. - Psychology 

Sarah H. Barnard - Psychology 

Yekaterina V. Batilova - International 

Political Economy 



Thurston Matthew Bauer - Psychology 

Nicole Kristine Baur - German 

Amy Marie- Jeannette Belcastro - Spanish 

Andrea Elizabeth Bell - Art 

History/Comparative Literature 

Benjamin Louis Bellows - Biochemistry 

Catharine Bellus - Biology 

Christine Tronson Benner - Sociology 

Merith Ann Bennett - Art Studio 

Russell Andrew Bennett - Art Studio 

Nicole May Benton - Music 

Sara Bergerson - Anthropology 

Ariel Mann Bergmeyer - Psychology 

Evan Charles Berquist - History 

Alalia W.L. Berry - Biology 

Jeremiah J. Besbris - Political Science 

Molly Ann Bishop - Anthropology 

Amanda June Bissell - Geology 

Aaron Kristoffer Black - Biology 

Samuel J. Blasiak - English 

Adam Anthony Bleckert - Neuroscience 

Brian Thomas Bly - Biochemistry 

Kevin Boehm - Mathematical Economics 

Kristen Ruth Bonnette - Anthropology 

Clara Molly Gordon Bradley - French 

Culture/Psychology 

Mona Brahmbhatt - International Political 

Economy 

Jake Wolf Braitman - Biology 

Allison E. Brandenburg - Economics/English 

Curnita LaVette Brisby - Sociology 



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Andrew Brown - Biochemistry 
Laura Evans Brown - Political Science 
Michael James Brown, Jr. - English 
Holly Elizabeth Brownstein - Philosophy 
Laura Michele Buch - French Culture 
Felix Nicholas Bull - Religion 
Jessica Hart Burch - Anthropology 
Eric Jensen Burns - Philosophy 
Megan Katherine Burns - Biology 
William Jerome Bush - Spanish 
Holly Louise Calhoun - Religion 
Erin Patricia Callahan - Psychology 
Misha Calvert - Art Studio/Drama 
Matthew McKinley Campbell - Economics 
Timothy Robert Campbell - English: 
Creative Writing 

Andrew Vincent Canzanello - Economics 
Caitlin Elizabeth Carlson - Political Science 
David Carlson - Philosophy 
Zachary John Pearce Carver - Art Studio 
Stephen Carmichael Casey - English 
Rachael Katheryn Cassidy - Liberal Arts 
and Sciences 

Charles Alden Cave - Political Science 
Randi Nicole Chambers - Biology 
Katharine Ann Chapman - Psychology 
Elizabeth Margot Chertoff- Anthropology 
Lawrence M. Chien - Biology/Mathematics 
McKinley Camille Childress - Psychology 
Amanda D. Christensen - Psychology 



Geoffrey Holland Christensen - Geology 

Daniel Max Christiansen - Environmental 

Science 

Katie Mae Chynoweth - Physics 

Lauren Burns Ciborowski - Liberal Arts and 

Sciences 

Mackenzie Ann Claypool - History/Political 

Science 

Michelle Cleeves - Religion 

James Cleland - Biology 

Stephanie Mae Cline - Political Science 

Karen Marie Cloughly - Religion 

Teague Rose Cohen - Biology/English 

Dana C. Cole - Religion 

Margaret Ellyn Collins - English 

Gregory Paul Cook - Economics 

Tyler Clayton Corbett - Anthropology 

Rory M. Cowie - Biology 

Allison Eaton Craig - Psychology 

Scott Barnett Crawford - Physics 

Stephanie Erin Crocker - Biology 

Sean A. Cromarty - International Political 

Economy 

Mitchell Joseph Crooks - Environmental Science 

John Skylor Cropper - French Culture/History 

Christopher Crowley - Environmental Science 

Celina Cunningham - Philosophy 

Eirene Francis Mary Cutolo - Sociology 

Anne Simmons Dahlie - English: Film Studies 

Christine D'Aleo - Religion 

Derek Michael Dalton - Religion 

Nicky Pessi Damania - Biology /Drama 




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Kira Elizabeth Darlow - Biology 

{Catherine Anne Davenport - Art Studio 

Katharine O 'Sullivan Davies - Political 

Science 

Abigayle Charlotte Davis - Sociology 

Adrian Lauren Davis - Liberal Arts and 

Sciences 

Dayna Lynn Davis - English 

Michael Brewster Davis - Biochemistry 

Brooke Allison DeGroat - English 

Walter Ferido De Gunya - Sociology 

Anthony Jess DeLois - Environmental Science 

Evan Lilly deSieyes - Psychology 

Eliza Carol Donegan - History 

Meghan Donnelly - Psychology 

Shannon Rose Dorato - Physics 

Evan Augustine Dougherty - Biology 

Jake Justin Dovenspike - Mathematical 

Economics 

Daniel Jonathan Dreger - Sociology 

Andrew Richard Dunn - Biology 

Erin Fraser Durant - Sociology 

Robert Cashion East, Jr. - Biology 

Susan Echt - Geology 

Wilfred John Edwards - Mathematics 

Stacy L. Elmer - Neuroscience 

Travis Lee Emick - Art History 

Evan Enarson-Hering - International Political 

Economy 

Katharine Hart Engelman - History 

Evelyn Price English - History 

Peter Lowell Erb - Environmental Science 



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Susan Elaine Erlenborn - English 

Phoebe Keyser Evans - English 

Andrew Dondis Farman - English: Film 

Studies 

Nicholas McKim Farrell - History 

Harris Drew Feder - International Political 

Economy 

Saren Rose Felder - Psychology 

Katherine Feldy - Classics/History /Politics 

Eliza VandenBroeck Fernie - Women's Studies 

Ian O'Brien Ferrin-O'Connell - Biochemistry 

Eliza Hardy Fitzhugh - Art History 

Elizabeth Ann Florence - Art Studio 

Lucas Michael Foley - International Political 

Economy 

Peter M. Fowler - Music 

Brian James Gadd - Biochemistry 

Luke Robert Galli - Physics 

Brennan W. Galloway - Political 

Science/Sociology 

C.J. Garcia - Chemistry 

Jodie Lynn Garcia - Drama 

Angela Beth Garland - Sociology 

Patrick Cairn Garstin - Philosophy 

Sarah Patricia Gasper - Religion 

Philip Locke George - History 

Daniel Ariel German-Palacios - International 

Political Economy 

Laurie J. Gestal 

Jill Christine Gilkerson - Psychology 

Jacques Allyn Gilson - Chemistry 

Emily Lockhart Girdwood - Political Science 

John Philip Glinsman II - Classics 

David Chierchetti- Drama 



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Thatcher Andrew Glode - International 

Political Economy 

Claire Anli Wu Goldsmith - Mathematics 

Andrew B. Goldsworthy - International 

Political Economy 

Jennifer Eve Gonzales - Economics 

Maria Elosia Gonzales - Anthropology 

Laura Fay Goodman - Anthropology 

Autumn Marie Goodrich - Psychology 

Reid P. Goolsby - Economics 

Michael Anthony Gossen - Art Studio 

Hamish James Gowans - Philosophy 

Nicholas Grant-Collins - English: Creative 

Writing 

Carolina M. Green - Biology 

David Mason Greenberg- Psychology 

Elissa Rachel Greene - Music 

Rilke Greenmun - Political Science 

Sara L. Gronewold - English 

Mary Elizabeth Groome - English 

Elsa M. Gruen - Geology 

Jereme Richard Guerrero - Comparative 

Literature 

Eddie J. Gutierrez - Romance Languages 

Andrew Frank Bowie Hagan - 

Environmental Science 

Rebecca Sue Haimowitz - Political Science 

Kristina Audur Hall - English: Creative 

Writing 

Conor Michael Hallisy - International 

Political Economy 

Philip A. Halteman - Biology 

Kelsey McCormack Hamory - International 

Political Economy 

James Dodd Hancock - Biology 

Matthew Paul Hanft - English 



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Jennifer Lauren Hargrave - English 

Maxwell Harper - Environmental Science 

Alexander Evan Harris - Sociology 

Nicholas Ryan Hart - American Political 

Economy 

Katharine Jane Hauschka - Biology 

Nathaniel Jacob Hausman - Religion 

Anne Havemann - Environmental Science 

Natalie Ruth Heaivilin - Neuroscience 

Katherine Florence Heidrich - Anthropology 

Stephen Russel Heitkamp - History 

Sabina Henneberg - International Political 

Economy 

Christopher Hennessey - History/Political 

Science 

Andrew J. Henscheid - Philosophy 

Frederick Brack Herfurth - Music 

Jesse M. Herrera - Biology 

Jeralyn G. Hibbard - English 

Norbert Seabrook Hill III - Biology 

Cassandra Laurel Hilpman - Political Science 

Lindsey J. Hilton - Neuroscience 

Jonathan Hilts - Biology 

Larissa Mae Hinaman - Biology 

Alexander Joell Hinojos - Economics 

Kristin Louise Hintz - Biology 

Bernadette Therese Hoatam - Art 

Studio/Mathematics 

Alma Hodzic - Mathematics/Computer Science 

Ellen Thornton Hoecker - Anthropology 

Molly Elizabeth Holmes - Economics 

R. Evan Horn - Music 



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SENIOR 



Eli Solomon Mechanic - Political Science 

Teresa Marie Medina - Sociology 

Danielle Meehan - Anthropology 

Hanna Luna Meisner-Bogdahn - Biology 

Marc Andrew Meisnere - Political Science 

Michel Armand Menard, Jr. - Art 

Studio/Biology 

Sarah Diane Meshke - Neuroscience 

Andrew Kenneth Meyer - Political Science 

Jennifer Ann Mick - Sociology 

Bradford F. Miller - English/Religion 

Elizabeth Jeanne Miller - Anthropology 

Kyle D. Miller - Music 

Lee Whitman Milner - Biology 

Haewon Min - Biochemistry 

Jordan Danielle Mitchnick - Art Studio 

Nicholas Mogno - Economics 

Mary Caroline Moore - Drama 

Timothy Stephen Moore - Biology 

Tommy LeeAnthony Moore - Philosophy 

Ann DuMont Morgenthaler - Political Science 

Jonathan Kirk Mortensen - Drama/English: 

Creative Writing 

William Christopher Morton - Economics 

Amy Jean Moss - Art Studio 

Megan Hollister Mowbray - English: Creative 

Writing 

Erin Muir - Biology 

Eric dArtois Murdoch - Drama 

Kendra Monique Murray - Anthropology 

Clarissa Faith Nelson - Psychology 



Simone A. Neuwelt - Biology/Spanish 

Heather Noelle Newby - Biology/Spanish 

David Phillip Nguyen - Biochemistry 

Ariel Emily Nieland - Comparative Literature 

Keiko Niwa - Biology 

Caroline Sarah Nothman - Economics 

William Melcher Nutt - History/Political 

Science 

YunJin Oh - Comparative Literature 

Maria F. Oliveira - French Culture 

Marissa Herlihy O'Neil - Liberal Arts and 

Sciences 

Heidi Marie Overbeck - English: Creative 

Writing 

Austin William Paley - International Political 

Economy 

Daniel Leigh Paller - Asian Studies 

Jacqueline G. Papineau - Economics 

Laura Keane Parisi - Sociology 

Sung Eun Park - Psychology 

Jordan Eric Parrillo - Economics 

Margaret Elizabeth Patton - Psychology 

Erick Joseph Paul - Psychology 

Ellen C. Peck - Economics/Political Science 

Alexandra Anne Penaluna - Psychology 

Michael Aaron Penn - Physics 

Douglas Paul Perkins - 

Mathematics/Computer Science 

Laela Seymour Perkins - Philosophy 

Grace Rhiannon Person - Sociology 

Liesl S. Peterson - Biology 

Atlee Marie Phillips - Art History 



MAJORS 



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2004 



Marion Nicole Phillips - International 

Political Economy 

Brett Piazza - Mathematics 

Patrick Karl Picard - Geology 

Robin Michelle Pickard-Richardson - 

Biology 

Amelia Ellen Piggott - Political Science 

Jamie Lynn Pinto - Environmental Science 

Gabriela Cara Poles - Neuroscience 

January Vimolwan Pongtratic - Philosophy 

Alexander Pope IV - History/Philosophy 

Emily Catherine Pope - Geology 

Rebecca Ryan Porter - Sociology 

Katherine Eleanor Poss - English 

Veronica Poteat - Geology 

Janet Susan Prevey - Biology 

Jennifer S. Provizer - History 

Jennifer Claire Radii - Art Studio 

Amna Maria Razi-Robertson - Political 

Science 

Robert Stanton ReChord - Anthropology 

Scott Allen Reis - Biology 

Amber Marie Rethwisch - Psychology 

Jessica Nicole Reyes - Psychology 

Peter Richardson - Physics 

Hannah Janine Rider - Romance Languages 

Nathaniel Masters Riley - History 

Jessica Anne Rivas - Physics 

Autumn Mabel Rivera - Biology 

Luis Antonio Rivera - English/French 

Culture 

Ola Charlotte Robbins - Art History 

Margarita Rodriguez-Archilla - Sociology 



Kathleen Marie Romero - English/Religion 

Melissa Marie Romero - Art Studio 

Sterling Gray Roop - Anthropology 

Daniel Thompson Roose - History/Political 

Science 

Kathryn Elizabeth Rose - Histoyr 

Ruth Hodge Rounds - Political Science 

David Kenneth Ruesch 

Kate Mckenzie Rutherford - Biology 

Heather Irene Sackett - English 

Esperanza Felicita Salazar - Biology 

Lorraine Edry Salek - Biology 

Lane Eldridge Salter - Anthropology 

Alison Megan Samter - Environmental Science 

Elizabeth Cailin Sanders - Sociology 

Antonio Enrique Sandoval - Classics 

Andrew Daniel Schaper - English 

Brendan James Schatz - Biology 

Aimee L. Schecter - English 

Allison Elizabeth Scheier - Art History 

Michelle Schick - Mathematics 

Ruth C. Schlein - Religion 

John Foster Schmid - Biology 

Evan Louis Schnair- English: Creative Writing 

Sarah Frances Schuster - Physics 

Caitlin Sarah Scott - Religion 

Kenneth A. Scott - English 

Patricia Lorraine Shannon - Sociology 

Stephanie Marie Shannon - Political Science 



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Kathryn Alexis Valis Shapiro - Anthropology 

Elin Anderson Shartar - Psychology /Women's 

Studies 

Benjamin Garvin Shellhorn - Drama 

Anderson Victor Shepard - Biology 

Laura E. Sherwood - Comparative Literature 

Uddhav Kumar Shigdel - Asian 

Studies/Chemistry 

Jaemey Shim - Spanish 

Jamie Elizabeth Shinn - Environmental 

Science 

Sarah Fox Shonnard - Psychology 

Carl Louis Siegel - English 

Meghan Silver - Political Science 

Lindsay Gabriel Simmons - Sociology 

Greishma Makar Singh - English 

Katherine Elizabeth Sloane - Political Science 

Delbert Evan Small - Liberal Arts and 

Sciences 

Alexander Craun Morrison Smith - 

Economics/Music 

Claire Smith - Anthropology 

E. Adam Smith - History 

Kiel T. Smith - Geology 

Thomas Anthony Sorci - Anthropology 

Madaleine Claire Dimont Sorkin - Religion 

Jonathan R. Souter - Environmental Science 

Erin LeAnne Spenner - Economics 

Daniel Pierce Spivey - History 

Jessica Rose Spivey - Biology 

David R. Sprague - Biology 

Abby Noel Springer - Drama 

Sara Emilia Springer - English 

Patricia E. Staley - Psychology 



Danielle Marie Starkey - English 

Emilie Anna Steffen - Anthropology 

Lauren Ann Stelzer - History 

Joseph Seth Stepan - Biology 

Dane Farley Stevens - Environmental Science 

Jeffrey Paul Stivers - Anthropology 

Susannah Lillian Strange - English: Creative 

Writing 

Daniel Matthew Strauss - Sociology 

Colin Ryan Stuart - Economics 

Hector Luna Suarez - Sociology 

Sevan Siranoush Suni - Biology 

Nathan Theodore Swanson - History 

Devon Paige Swartz - Biology 

Matthew Peter Swenson - Biology 

Matthew Synenberg - English/International 

Political Economy 

Jacob Nickerson Tabor - Political Science 

Jacob William Talbot - English 

Thomas Thacher III - History/Political 

Science 

Binoy V. Thomas - Political Science 

Justin B. Thomas - Political Science 

Lauri Catherine Thomas - Biology 

Todd Morgan Thomas - English: Creative 

Writing 

Margaret Leigh Thompson - American 

Political Economy 

Trisha Ashley Thorns - Environmental 

Science: Chemistry 

Patrick Robert Tolley - History 

John Benjamin Traub - English 

David G. Trench - Geology 

Kalista Jean Trombley - Neuroscience 

Rebecca Truax-Sullivan - Sociology 



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Adrienne Frances Tsikewa - Spanish 

Gabriel W. Tuder - Political Science 

Christopher L. Tulp - Political Science 

Whitney Kathleen Turk - English: Creative 

Writing/Religion 

Michael Andrews Turner - English 

Judy Renee Twedt - Philosophy 

Andrew William Tweed - Biology 

Jonathan Joseph Udewitz - 

Drama/Economics 

Malcolm Shreve Ulbrick- Biology 

Zoe M. Underhill-Malley - Anthropology 

Benjamin Philip Utigard - Art Studio 

Kayleen Louise VanBuskirk - Biology 

Elizabeth Joy VanDeusen - Sociology 

Gabriel Varney 

Valerie Ann Velasquez - History 

Aaron Edward Vinje - English 

Melissa Ann Vogt - Political Science 

Kirsten L. Walth - Neuroscience 

David Robert Ward - English 

Suzanne Elizabeth Ward - Biology 

Nathaniel Washington III - 

Economics/Environmental Science 

Emily Jane Watt - History 

Amanda Diemoz Webber - Art Studio 

Tawny Kaupaliliawai Weeks - Economics 

Katherine J. Welle - Political Science 

Carolyn Dearden Welther - Biology 

Amelia Linnea Westerfield - Psychology 

Zachary David Whelan - Political Science 

Travis Shane Whitson - 

Philosophy/Psychology 



Alexis Lauren Whittcd - Biology 

Margaret Louise Whittum - Drama 

Ian Thomas-Fallon Widmer- History/Political 

Science 

Alexis Jordan Wieselman - Biology 

Kimbcrly E. Wigglesworth - Biology 

Mahlon C. Wigton - Physics 

Aisha Lani Wiig- Art Studio 

Suzanna J. Wilcox - Psychology 

Blane Wesley Williams, Jr. - History/Political 

Science 

Carrie Ellen Williamson - Biology 

Robert Taylor Williamson - Biology 

Diana Dee Winingder - Anthropology 

Sarah Khoury Wolfskehl - Biology 

Matthew Knight Wong- Physics 

Shelley Katherine Wong - Anthropology 

Rebecca H. Wood - English: Creative Writing 

Robert M. Wood - Economics 

Timothy Martin Wooster - History/Political 

Science 

Emily Ann Pezetta Wright - Environmental 

Science 

Jonathan Alan Wright - Art Studio 

Rufus Coffin Wyer - Philosophy 

Michael Lewis Yoken - Anthropology 

Sharla Adrianne York - Religion 

Christopher Morgan Zink - Liberal Arts and 

Sciences 

Caroline Barbara Zoba - English 

Joshua Zunie - Liberal Arts and Sciences 



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Bagels and Brewf est! an event we attended freshman, 

sophomore, and junior year. Then as seniors we reaped the 

benefits of having this event be "SENIORS ONLYl" 

We went through seven Bristol Kegs, two bands, a gazillion 

bagels- in less than three hours. Would you expect anything less 

from the Class of 2004?! 

This event, like 1 00 Pays to Graduation, was brought to you 

by your Senior Class Officers! 

Sally (5asper-President 

Aaron Black- Vice-President 

Maggie Collins- Secretary 

Alex Harris- Treasurer 



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tlEY SEHIOK. . . 



...Rastall did not look like a throwback to early 

episodes of Miami Vice, without the benefit of a 

young Don Johnson? 

...Bemis had not only hot chicks, but stir-fry too? 

...we could max out our Gold Cards (and waistlines) 

at Wooglin's? 

...the best remedy for a Sunday hangover was an 

omlette specially made by Charles? 

...there were actually summer starts? 

...FYE Order and Chaos was just a wee little program, 

budding in our class? 

...living in a double meant living in a double? 

...living in a triple did not mean living in a lounge? 

...we would spend our Monday nights in East Quad? 

...getting rid of furniture meant taking it outside 

Loomis and Slocum and sleeping on it? 

...there was no worse crime than someone taking your 

laundry out of the dryer and putting their' s in its 

place? 

...it was actually a novelty to see a Subaru Outback? 

...driving ten hours to Mexico sounded like a good 

idea? (Wait no, still sounds good) 



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...your parents would actually give you money if you 

suddenly needed emergency beer cash? 

...it was a necessity to check your Worner Box daily? 

...not everyone on campus had a cell phone? 

...the biggest life-altering decision was whether to go 

to 1023 or 332? 

...there wasn't life beyond Corona (the street not the 

beer)? 

...sleeping on a lofted bed wasn't really all that 

strange? 

...getting sexiled was the worst thing your roommate 

could do? (But at least then you had a lounge to sleep 

in) 

...wearing your Gold Card holder around your neck 

was all the rage? 

...you lived in places called the "Nunnery," the "Beast" 

or the "Dirty South?" 

...you were nervous about taking a 200 level class? 

...your parents did not threaten to disown you at the 

suggestion of a career in skiing? 

...Senior Year felt like a zillion light years and twelve 

dozen kegs away? 



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D-l 

2003 




No. 


Player 


Class 


H ometown 





Meghann Loseke 


Jr. 


Piano, TX 


1 


Caitlin Carlson 


Sr. 


Portland, OR 


2 


Stephanie Royal 


Fr. 


Arden, NC 


3 


Molly Holmes 


Sr. 


Littleton, CO 


4 


Courtney Michel 


So. 


Excelsior, MN 


5 


Lucy Thompson 


Fr. 


Atlanta, GA 


6 


Stephanie Ichien 


So. 


Pasadena, CO 


7 


Ashley Hooverson 


Jr. 


Pleasanton, CA 


8 


Stephanie Kernan 


So. 


Pleasanton, CA 


9 


Gemma North 


So. 


Evergreen, CO 


10 


Laura Wilcox 


So. 


Seattle, WA 


11 


Alex West 


So. 


Englewood, CO 


12 


Lindsay MacDonald 


So. 


San Gabriel, CA 


13 


Kate Chadwick 


So. 


San Lorenzo, CA 


14 


Christie Ginanni 


Jr. 


Palo Alto, CA 


15 


Sarah Chadwick 


So. 


San Lorenzo, CA 


16 


Lia Martinez 


Sr. 


San Jose, CA 


17 


Kat Ahearn 


Fr. 


Milwaukee, WI 


18 


Chrissie Long 


Fr. 


Lincoln, MA 


19 


Kelly Sweitzer 


Jr. 


Los Gatos, CA 


21 


Breanna Kernan 


Fr. 


Pleasanton, CA 


22 


Katlin Okamoto 


Fr. 


Taos, NM 


23 


Erica Stevens 


Fr. 


Dallas, TX 


24 


Brittany Kernan 


Sr. 


Pleasanton, CA 


25 


Sarah Burdick 


Fr. 


Bellevue, WA 

Fall Sports 



53 



Men's Soccer 2003 



No. 


Player 


Pos 


• Hgt. 


Class 


Hometown 


1 


Patrick Gannon 


G 


6'0" 


Jr. 


Groton, NH 


2 


Brian Tafel 


M 


6'2" 


So. 


Longmont, CO 


3 


Tim Campbell 


M 


5'8" 


Sr. 


Park City, UT 


4 


John Cropper 


M 


5'10" 


Sr. 


Denver, CO 


5 


Mitch Bacon 


M 


6'1" 


So. 


Hanover, NH 


6 


Clayton Miller 


M 


57" 


Jr. 


Portland, OR 


7 


Michael Gossen 


M 


511" 


Sr. 


Rio Rancho, NM 


8 


Greg Miller 


M 


57" 


Jr. 


Portland, OR 


9 


Robert Brennecke 


D 


6'3" 


Jr. 


Gottingen, Germany 


10 


Patrick McGinnis 


F 


6'2" 


Jr. 


Colorado Springs, CO 


11 


Nathan Hamilton 


F 


5'10" 


Jr. 


Greencastle, IN 


12 


Noah Drever 


D 


6'1" 


So. 


Tiburon, CA 


13 


Stephen Heitkamp 


M 


5'8" 


Jr. 


Salt Lake City, UT 


15 


Tim Ambruso 


F 


5'10" 


Jr. 


Denver, CO 


16 


Alex Aguirre 


D 


5'9" 


Jr. 


Thornton, CO 


17 


Paquito Lopez 


M 


5'10" 


Sr. 


Alamosa, CO 


18 


Abdou N'Dir 


M 


5'9" 


So. 


Englewood, CO 


19 


Cody McGrath 


D 


610" 


So. 


Seattle, WA 


20 


Yuki Miyazaki 


F 


5'9" 


Fr. 


Gunma, Japan 


21 


Nick Zinn 


F 


5'9" 


Jr. 


Birmingham, MI 


22 


Andrew Henscheid 


D 


6'3" 


Sr. 


Corvalis, OR 


23 


Scott Anderson 


F 


6*2" 


Fr. 


Evergreen, CO 


24 


Patrick Jackson 


D 


5*10" 


So. 


Bolton, MA 





James McCulloch 


G 


6'1" 


Jr. 


San Antonio, TX 


00 


Zach Rubin 


G 


5'i-i" 


Jr. 


New York, NY 


000 


James Kerrigan 


G 


6'4" 


So. 


Denver, CO 




Logan Campbell 


M 


5'11" 


Fr. 


Park City, UT 




Nick Evans 


D 


6'4" 


So. 


St. Paul, MN 




Jack Simons 


F 


5'10" 


Jr. 


Colorado Springs, CO 




BealeTejada 


M 


5'10" 


Fr. 


Durango, CO 



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SENIORS: Jay Macias, Alex Hinojos, Adam Smith, Conor 
Hallisy, Ernesto Barnabas, Luke Foley, Nick Mogno, Patrick 
Tolley and Jonathan McGee 



56 



Football 



2003 



No. 


Name 


Class 


Pos. 


Hgt. Wgt. 


Hometown 




2 


Conor Hallisy 


Sr. 


WR 


6'0" 183 


Colorado Springs, CO 




3 


Jay Macias 


Sr. 


QB 


6i" 188 


Pueblo, CO 




5 


Blanton McGee 


Fr. 


RB 


5'9" 161 


Athens, TX 




7 


Chris Neal 


Fr. 


QB 


6'P 150 


Glenpool, OK 




10 


Daniel Arnett 


Jr. 


LB 


6'2" 195 


Salida, CO 




11 


Dan McKenzie 


Fr. 


QB 


6'0" 187 


Colorado Springs, CO 




19 


Jeremy Lachmanr 


i Fr. 


DB 


6'1" 171 


Albuquerque, NM 




21 


Brandon Parry 


Fr. 


WR 


5'10"186 


Colorado Springs, CO 




22 


Gabriel Brown 


So. 


RB 


57" 162 


Espanola, NM 




23 


Tafari Lumumba 


Jr. 


LB 


5'1 1" 182 


Denver, CO 




24 


Luke Foley 


Sr. 


DB 


5'9" 172 


Idaho Springs, CO 




26 


Chris Jackson 


So. 


LB/DB 5'10" 167 


Vail, CO 




28 


Marcus Romero 


Fr. 


LB 


511" 177 


Mountainair, NM 




29 


Matt Monroe 


Jr. 


DB 


6'2" 177 


Golden Valley, MN 




30 


Ryan Trujillo 


So. 


FB 


5'8" 196 


Penrose, CO 




32 


Justin Ansel 


So. 


LB 


5'9" 187 


Concord, MA 




34 


Ryan Herder 


Fr. 


LB 


6'0" 195 


Flagstaff, AZ 




40 


Mark Montelongo 


Fr. 


LB 


5'1 1" 164 


Pueblo, CO 




46 


Adam Smith 


Sr. 


LB 


6'0" 188 


Steamboat Springs, CO 




51 


Alex Hinojos 


Sr. 


DL 


6'P 230 


Idaho Springs, CO 




52 


Ryan Goodnight 


Tr 


OL 


6'P 224 


Broomfield, CO 




53 


Patrick Tolley 


Sr. 


OL 


5'11"233 


Rangely, CO 




54 


Ernesto Barnabas 


Sr. 


DL 


5'1P230 


Denver, CO 




55 


Roy Krebs 


Fr. 


RB 


6'2" 197 


Carmel, CA 




56 


David Ramirez 


Jr. 


OL 


61" 274 


Pueblo, CO 




60 


Nick Mogno 


Sr. 


DL 


5'10"215 


Golden, CO 




65 


Jonathan McGee 


Sr. 


OL 


5'10"262 


Athens, TX 




66 


Adam York 


Jr. 


LB 


5'11"207 


Rio Rancho, NM 




72 


Ryan Markham 


Jr. 


DL 


5'10 M 280 


Kailua, HI 




74 


Vernon Smith 


Fr. 


OL 


6'0" 274 


Albuquerque, NM 




78 


Ryan Shepherd 


So. 


OL 


6'5" 310 


Mancos, CO 




80 


Jake Craig 


Jr. 


WR 


6'2" 180 


Limon, CO 




84 


Stefan Perazich 


Fr. 


DB 


51 1" 157 


Washington, DC 




85 


Russell Binns 


Fr. 


QB 


6'2" 184 


Manchester Center, VT 




88 


Paul Mandelson 


Fr. 


K 


6'P 177 


Denver, CO 


Fall Sports 



57 



Volleyball 



2003 



No 


. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


Class 


Hometown 


1 


Jamie Martin 


OH 


57" 


Jr. 


Colorado Springs, CO 


2 


Aubrey Reed 


OH 


5'6" 


Jr. 


Aurora, CO 


3 


Katharine Hauschka RS 


6*4" 


Sr. 


Needham, MA 


4 


Heidi Schuldt 


DS/S 


5'6" 


So. 


Steamboat Springs, CO 


5 


Kristina Rogers 


OH 


57" 


Jr. 


Santa Fe, NM 


6 


Heather Newby 


RS 


5'10" 


Sr. 


Nothglenn, CO 


7 


Elise Hiza 


S 


5 '9" 


So. 


Swink, CO 


8 


Caitlin Stypula 


RS 


5'9" 


So. 


Boulder, CO 


9 


Ashley Ferrington 


OH 


5*8" 


So. 


Shoreview, MN 


10 


Sarah Morrill 


OH 


5*8" 


So. 


Davis, CA 


11 


Laura Holder 


MB 


6'0" 


So. 


Crested Butte, CO 


12 


Tania Morosan 


MB 


6'0" 


So. 


Madison, CT 


13 


Ashely Bowron 


OH 


5'10" 


Jr. 


Evergreen, CO 


14 


Heidi Faro * 


MB 


5 ' 1 1 " 


Jr. 


Golden, CO 


15 


Rachel Marcus 


S 


5'8" 


Fr. 


San Anselmo, CA 


16 


Jessica Cline 


OH 


5 ' 1 1 " 


So. 


Canon City, CO 



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60 



Cross Country 





Name 


Class 


Hometown 


Pat Bergeron 


So. 


Essex, VT 


Sam Blasiak 


Sr. 


N. Potomac, MD 


Daniel Castaneda 


So. 


Colorado Springs, CO 


Reed Duecy-Gibbs 


So. 


Seattle, WA 


Jesse Eggers 


So. 


Golden, CO 


Brennan Galloway 


Sr. 


Atlanta, GA 


Jessie Herrera 


Sr. 


Johnstown, CO 


Rob Isham 


Fr. 


Lake Bluff, IL 


Brandon Kimura 


Fr. 


Honolulu, HI 


Tony Krupicka 


Jr. 


Niobara, NE 


John Kuczmarski 


So. 


Chicago, IL 


Ben Landsman 


Fr. 


Mercer Island, WA 


Malcolm Lewis 


Fr. 


Plymouth, NH 


Ray McKenzie- Young 


Sr. 


Tucumcari, NM 


Kiran Moorty 


Fr. 


Seaside, CO 


Menesis Steve Navarro 


So. 


Bronx, NY 


Alexander Reinhart 


Fr. 


Mequon, WI 


Tucker Robinson 


So. 


Rochester, NY 


Carson Salter 


Fr. 


Atlanta, GA 


Ben Solomon 


Jr. 


Montclair, NJ 


Taylor Williamson 


Sr. 


Knoxville, TN 


Name 


Class 


Hometown 


Lisa Auchincloss 


So. 


Tabernash, CO 


Katie Chynoweth 


Sr. 


Johnstown, CO 


Besha Lu Deane 


Fr. 


Aspen, CO 


Julie Delahoussaye 


Fr. 


Albuquerque, NM 


Sascha Gerdel 


Fr. 


Montpelier, VT 


Marion Glaser 


So. 


Seward, AK 


Jenny Jorgensen 


Jr. 


Edina, MN 


Angela Kremer 


Fr. 


St. Cloud, MN 


Keri Nelson 


Fr. 


Colorado Springs, CO 


Juanita Rufran 


Fr. 


Colorado Springs, CO 


Stephanie Simpkins 


So. 


Pinehurst, NC 


Monica Skiba 


Fr. 


Albuquerque, NM 


March Thompson 


Fr. 


Basalt, CO 



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No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


Class 


Hometown 


NHL Rights 


2 


Mark Stuart 


D 


6"2' 


So. 


Rochester, MN 


Boston 


3 


Lee Sweatt 


D 


510" 


Fr. 


Elburn, IL 




4 


Brady Greco 


D 


6'3" 


So. 


Middleton, WI 


Tampa Bay 


5 


Richard Petiot 


D 


6'4" 


Jr. 


Daysland, Alta. 


Los Angeles 


6 


Trevor Frischmon 


F 


51 1 " 


So. 


Ham Lake, MN 




7 


Weston Tardy 


D 


6'0" 


So. 


Duluth, MN 




9 


Braydon Cox 


F 


5'9" 


Fr. 


Sherwood Park, Alta. 




10 


Scott Thauwald 


F 


5'11 


Fr. 


Rochester, MN 




11 


Jesse Stokke 


D 


6'0" 


So. 


Hermantown, MN 




12 


John Brunkhorst 


F 


6'1" 


Fr. 


Rochester, MN 




13 


Reid Goolsby 


W 


5'11" 


Sr. 


Ipswich, MA 




14 


Brandon Roberts 


F 


5'10" 


So. 


Lake Crystal, MN 




15 


Joey Crabb 


F 


6'2" 


So. 


Anchorage, AK 


NY Rangers 


16 


Sean Cromarty 


F 


5'10" 


Sr. 


South Orange, NJ 




19 


Aaron Slattengren 


F 


6'1" 


So. 


Proctor, MN 




20 


Brandon Polich 


F 


5'8" 


Fr. 


Osseo, MN 




21 


Brett Sterling 


F 


5'8" 


So. 


Pasadena, CA 


Atlanta 


22 


Marty Sertich 


F 


5 '9" 


So. 


Roseville, MN 




23 


Colin Stuart 


W 


6'2" 


Sr. 


Rochester, MN 


Atlanta 


24 


Brian Salcido 


D 


6'1" 


Fr. 


Hermosa Beach, CA 




25 


Scott Polaski 


RW 


6*2" 


Jr. 


Colo. Springs, CO 


Phoenix 


26 


Andrew Canzanello 


D 


5'ii" 


Sr. 


Rochester, MN 




28 


Tyler Liebel 


F 


5'10" 


Sr. 


Osoyoos, BC 




30 


Curtis McElhinney 


G 


6'3" 


Jr. 


Calgary, Alta. 


Calgary 


31 


Matt Zaba 


G 


6'1" 


Fr. 


Yorkton, Sask. 


Los Angeles 


35 


Chris Kawano 


G 


5'9" 


Fr. 


Aurora, CO 


Winter Sports 



65 




No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


Class H ometown 


4 


Lonny Fritzler 


G 


6'0" 


Fr. 


Dayton, WY 


10 


Mandela Jones 


G 


6'0" 


Jr. 


New Rochelle, NY 


12 


Blane Williams 


G 


5'10 


'Sr. 


Wichita, KS 


13 


Antonio Sandoval 


G 


6T* 


Sr. 


Albuquerque, NM 


21 


Michael Reich 


F 


6'5" 


Jr. 


Rolling Hills, CA 


23 


Matt Bahl 


G 


6T' 


Sr. 


Broomfield, CO 


24 


Melvin Sando 


G 


6*2" 


Jr. 


Jemez Pueblo, NM 


30 


Brian Tafel 


G 


6'2" 


So. 


Longmont, CO 


31 


David Ward 


F 


6'3" 


Sr. 


Tucson, AZ 


33 


Michael Nash 


F 


6*4" 


So. 


Hay ward, CA 


40 


Adam Mares 


F 


6'6" 


So. 


Thornton, CO 


44 


Jorge Salem 


F 


6'4" 


Fr. 


Lima, Peru 


52 


William McConnellF 


6*8" 


Jr. 


Canon City, CO 



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Women's Basketball 

2003-04 




No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


Class 


Hometown 


4 


Ashley Steichen 


G 


5*5" 


Fr. 


Seattle, WA 


11 


Jamie Villarreal 


G 


5'0" 


Fr. 


Colo. Springs, CO 


12 


Dana McLeod 


G 


57" 


Sr. 


Colo. Springs, CO 


15 


Ashley Johnson 


G 


5'5" 


So. 


Longmont, CO 


20 


Karri Sicard 


F 


5'ir 


'Fr. 


Danville, VT 


21 


Megan Mowbray 


G 


5'3" 


Sr. 


Atlanta, GA 


23 


Megan McCallister 


G 


5 '5" 


Fr.. 


Penrose, CO 


25 


Cody Smith 


G 


5'3" 


Jr. 


Ovid, CO 


30 


Laura Troupe 


G/F 


5'10* 


'Jr. 


Littleton, CO 


34 


Natalie Veres 


F 


5*10' 


'Fr. 


Security, CO 


50 


Megan Alexander 


F 


6'0" 


Fr. 


El Cajon, CA 



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Name 


Year 


Hometown 


Dorothy Bayless 


Fr. 


Prairie Village, KS 


Christine Bell 


Fr. 


Greenwood Village, CO 


Lauren Bly 


Jr. 


Tigard, OR 


Alana Dalton 


So. 


Aurora, CO 


Julia Ela 


Fr. 


Shorewood, WI 


Kelly Enright 


So. 


Manitou Springs, CO 


Lindsay Fox 


So. 


Boulder, CO 


Meghan Gallo 


Fr. 


Tucson, AZ 


Alyssa Gehman 


Jr. 


Seattle, WA 


Ma'ayan Geller 


So. 


Berkeley, CA 


F. Jacobson-Sadacca 


Sr. 


Scottsdale, AZ 


Taylor Jaramillo 


So. 


ElPrado,NM 


Rachel Johnson 


Sr. 


Denver, CO 


Kristin Josephson 


Jr. 


Rye, NY 


Amanda Lilleston 


Fr. 


Lawrenceville, NJ 


Melinda Morgan 


Jr. 


Wichita, KS 


Parker Nathane 


Fr. 


Seattle, WA 


Emily Pope 


Sr. 


Colo. Springs, CO 


Dominique Richey 


Fr. 


Carlsbad, CA 


Heather Sackett 


Sr. 


Keesville, NY 


Sarah Schuster 


Sr. 


Northbrook, IL 


Becky Sinclair 


So. 


The Woodlands, TX 


Ruth Smith 


Jr. 


Alexandria, VA 


Lauren Stelzer 


Sr. 


Westminster, CO 


Lindsey Wellman 


Jr. 


Manitou Springs, CO 


Alexis Whitted 


Sr. 


Omaha, NE 


Christina Wray 


Jr. 


Newark, DE 


Name 


Year 


Hometown 


Casey Brazeal 


So. 


Chicago, IL 


T.J. Calvert 


Jr. 


Westerville, OH 


Mitch Crooks 


Sr. 


Albuquerque, NM 


Derek Dalton 


Sr. 


Aurora, CO 


Robin Dunn 


So. 


Denver, CO 


Greg Lestikow 


Sr. 


Littleton, CO 


Dan Lustick 


Fr. 


Woodbridge, CT 


Ken MacKay 


Jr. 


Claremont, CA 


Ben McFerron 


Sr. 


Severn, MD 


J.J. Reardon 


Fr. 


Medfield, MA 


A. Stiller-Shulman 


So. 


Pueblo, CO 


David Trench 


Sr. 


Medina, WA 


Joe Volk 


Fr. 


Paradise Valley, AZ 


Nick West-Miles 


Fr. 


Denver, CO 


Tido Wright 


So. 


Mercersburg, PA 



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Men's Lacrosse 




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No. 


Name 


H g t. 


Year 


H ometown 


1 


Jesse Nichols 


6'1" 


Fr. 


Denver, CO 


3 


Eliot Weiner 


5'ir 


Jr. 


Franklin, MI 


4 


Mike Turner 


5*8" 


Sr. 


Denver, CO 


5 


Mike Sfirri 


5'10" 


Fr. 


Brunswick, ME 


6 


Chris Sturgess 


6'4" 


So. 


New Canaan, CT 


7 


Erik Wortman 


5'9" 


So. 


Bloomfield,MI 


8 


Robin Liston 


6'0" 


Jr. 


Plainfield, NH 


9 


Danny Murray 


57" 


Jr. 


Denver, CO 


11 


Chad Gleason 


6'5" 


Jr. 


Glen Cove, NY 


12 


Spencer Pettine 


5'ir 


Jr. 


Fort Collins, CO 


13 


Max Byrne 


5*10" 


So. 


Rye, NY 


14 


James Cleland 


6'0" 


Sr. 


Ruxton, MD 


15 


Mike Ashley 


510" 


So. 


Hanover, NH 


16 


James Kerrigan 


6'3" 


So. 


Denver, CO 


17 


Cooper Greene 


5*11" 


Fr. 


Bethesda, MD 


18 


Ted Nash 


6'3" 


Fr. 


Washington, D.C. 


19 


Josh Haney 


5'10" 


So. 


Jackson, WY 


20 


Matt Garrow 


6 V 


Jr. 


Oakton, VA 


21 


Mandela Jones 


51 1 " 


Jr. 


New Rochelle, NY 


22 


Tony Sorci 


6'1" 


Sr. 


Gill, MA 


23 


Peter David 


5'8" 


Fr. 


Glencoe, IL 


24 


Harley Brakely 


6'2" 


So. 


Middlebury, VT 


25 


Dan Lipkin 


5*9" 


So. 


Minneapolis, MN 


27 


Jud Brown 


6'0" 


So. 


Denver, CO 


28 


Matt Gurba 


5'9" 


So. 


Great Neck, NY 


29 


Chris Shopneck 


5*9" 


Fr. 


Denver, CO 


31 


Andrew Giaimo 


6*1" 


Jr. 


Manhasset, NY 


32 


Tim Barker 


5*8" 


So. 


Kennebunk, ME 


34 


Stephen Zucconi 5' 11" 


Fr. 


Highlands Ranch, CO 



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Spring Sports 



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Women's Lacrosse 2004 



No. 


Name 


Pos.Year 


Hometown 





Alana Dalton 


G 


So. 


Aurora, CO 


1 


Jacquie Russell 


M 


So. 


San Francisco, CA 


2 


Alex Chatilovicz 


A 


Fr. 


McLean, VA 


3 


Stephanie Peters 


M 


So. 


Minnetonka, MN 


4 


Allison Craig 


M 


Sr. 


Denver, CO 


5 


Katherine Feldy 


D 


Sr. 


Evanston, IL 


6 


Hannah Murtaugh 


M 


Fr. 


Wilton, CT 


7 


Kate Fitzgerald 


A 


Fr. 


Sudbury, MA 


8 


Cassie Abel 


A 


Jr. 


Vashon Island, WA 


9 


Carin Taormino 


M 


So. 


Davis, CA 


10 


Helen Sneath 


M 


So. 


Wayne, PA 


11 


Eliza Fitzhugh 


M 


Sr. 


Montpelier, VT 


13 


Laura Benoit 


D 


Fr. 


Portland, OR 


14 


Lizzie Rosenberger 


D 


Fr. 


Concord, NH 


15 


Robin Harvey 


M 


Fr. 


Winchester, MA 


16 


Jen Alpern 


A 


Jr. 


Cape Elizabeth, ME 


18 


Lizzie Franke 


M 


Jr. 


Winnetka, IL 


21 


Anna Ligget 


M 


Fr. 


Westport, CT 


24 


Heather Chirchill 


D 


Fr. 


Bethesda, MD 


26 


Abby Stott 


G 


Fr. 


Dallas, TX 




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Vbn's and Women's 







Name 


Year 


Hometown 


Andrew Appell 


Sr. 


Denver, CO 


Naren Clark 


So. 


Vero Beach, FL 


Michael Hamp 


So. 


Ann Arbor, MI 


Justin Johnson 


Jr. 


Mahtomedi, MN 


Tim Maguire 


So. 


Niwot, CO 


Brad Miller 


Sr. 


Portland, OR 


Jeremy Montrose 


Jr. 


Portland, OR 


Sandy Pope 


Sr. 


Austin, TX 


Perry Wright 


So. 


Kings Mountain, NC 


Name 


Year 


H ometown 


Allyson Avery 


So. 


Eden Prairie, MN 


Frannie Bardacke 


Sr. 


Albuquerque, NM 


Corinne Bianca 


Jr. 


Lake Oswego, OR 


Ashley Bowron 


Jr. 


Littleton, CO 


Rachel Chrastil 


Fr. 


Minneapolis, MN 


Lily Dashiell 


So. 


Berkeley, CA 


Sylvie Fadrhonc 


Fr. 


Scarborough, ME 


Lindsay Fox 


Jr. 


Boulder, CO 


Mari Hunter 


Jr. 


St. Paul, MN 


Jen Kerner 


Fr. 


Indianapolis, IN 


Maggie Lindsey 


So. 


Poison, MT 


Jennifer Marlow 


Sr. 


Englewood, CO 


Jamie Martin 


Jr. 


Colo. Springs, CO 


Eliza Outtrim 


Fr. 


Hamden, CT 


Shelby Ransdell 


So. 


Colo. Springs, CO 


Aubrey Reed 


Jr. 


Aurora, CO 


Jessica Richardson 


Fr. 


Alamogordo, NM 


Kristina Rogers 


Jr. 


Santa Fe, NM 


Hilary Zellerbach 


So. 


Mercer Island, WA 

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and 6:30, there's nothing like a 

°* double dose of Homer to relieve the 

S homework blues. 

-Watching tightrope walkers training 
for the circus. 

-Not being awakened by drums at 8 
am in the morning on a Saturday 
after a night of heavy... Parcheesi 
playing. 

-Watching freshman wander around 
aimlessly with their brand new 
around-the-neck Gold Card holders. 
-Sitting on your off-campus porch on 
a weekend night, laughing at the 
inevitable freshman who is forced to 
ask you where Wahsatch is. 
-On the same page, watching as your 
friends grill the freshman posse who 
just walked into a private party about 
the address/ street of the house they 
are in. 

-Calling house/Senior beer. 
-Realizing that, as a freshman, you 
couldn't possibly have been as absent- 
minded as "the freshman these days." 
-Living off-campus, period. 



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-Writing a 30 page thesis on as little 

sleep and as much caffeine as your 

body can take before shutting down 

completely. 

-Going to Senior Only events and 

hearing the underclassmen complain 

about how unfair it is. 

-Foreign language requirement? What 

foreign language requirement? 

-Taking classes just because you can 

never again devote a whole month to 

studying the Western film or yoga. 

-Having OC parties, even though all 

the characters on the show are at least 

5 years younger than we are. 

-Turning 22 and realizing the next big 

birthday in life is thir...thir... Let's just 

not even say the word. 

-Convincing your parents that a L^*S 

shopping spree is in order to buy all 

those "professional" clothes. 

-Becoming the loquacious Senior in 

class that as a freshman you always 




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you've made friends to last a lifetime. 



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Congratulations Sean! 

"Quiet, Independent & Ambitious" 




Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Uncle Billy 




David, 

Now it's time to 
really spread your 
wings. 

Congratulations! 

Mom & Dad 



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"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." 



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Jennifer E. Gonzales 

"Life is not measured by the number of 
breaths we take, but by the moments that take 

our breaths away." 

Since the day you were born you have taken 

my breath away! 

Remember always, 

I love you, 
Mom 



Congratulations on your 
graduation! 
Kris- As you are surrounded 
by your peers, friends, and 
family, Keep true to your faith 
and yourself. Offer to the 
world your heart, your mind, 
and your passion in whatever 
you do. 
With love, 

Mom, Dad, Kyra, & Ky 





Luis Antonio Rivera 

Dear Luis, 

Real success is the personal satisfaction that 
comes from knowing that you have done your best 
to reach your fullest potential in what you have 
chosen to do. Success is not a matter of 
chance... It's a matter of choices... In life, 
sometimes what appears to be the end is really a 
new beginning. Congratulations and good luck in 
all your future endeavors. 
Love ya, 
Mother "Mom," J.J., Jamel, Lucia, and family 




Dear Jeff, 

Your years at Colorado College 
have been one adventure after 
another. We are so proud of all 
you have accomplished and look 
forward to what the next stages 
of life will bring for you. May 
all your dreams come true. 

Congratulations on your 
graduation. 

We love you, 
Mom and Dad 



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Aaron & Meegan, 





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We hope all your days to come are 
special ones. 

Congratulations and love, 
Jan, Dave, Ryan and Murphy 




Sharla 

'If ye have as much faith as a grain of mustard 

seed- nothing shall be impossible unto you." 

(Matthew 17:20) 

Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mom & Grandma 



Congratulations Blane! 



I've always been proud of you, but never more 
than on your graduation day!! You're the first in 
the family to accomplish this, and my pride in you 
is immeasurable. 
Lots of Love! I 

Mom 




Yotrve come a loi?$ u/ay, 
baby. You $o $irh 
I'm so proud of you, 
Ijesl. 

/*11 my love, 
/Aamai? 



Congratulations Blane!! A good man's steps are 
ordered for life. 

Life 

Is 

For 

Ever 
Lots of love!! Alexis 




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"Without education we are in a 

horrible and deadly danger of 

taking educated people seriously. " 

-G.K. Chesterton 

Congratulations 
Anli Goldsmith 

'Don't ever dare to take your 

college as a matter of course- 

because, like democracy and 

freedom, many people you'll never 

know have broken their hearts to 

get it for you." 

- Alice Drue Miller 



CONGRATULATIONS, RUFUS! 

from Malcolm and Mom 




'Education is the best provision for old age. 
-Aristotle 




Margie, 

You have never let obstacles get in the way of 
your dreams and have faced life's challenges with 
a smile. We will never be able to express the 
pride we feel in our hearts. You deserve the 
best that life has to offer! You go girl!! 

Love Always, 
Mom & Dad 



hare heisnere 

We are proud of 
you. 

Love, 

Steve, Karen, Robert, 

Jeffrey, Mikki, Billie, 

Billy, Laurn, Blake, 

Morgan, Jordyn, Garret, 

Emily, Jim, Marilyn, and 

Dad 



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Jaemey, 

You coptipue to mal^e us proud. 
You coptityue to brii}$ us joy aijd 
lauo^ter. 
You coptipue to become a beautiful 
u/omap. 
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spirit move you ai?d l^et your loved 

opes- support you ip your lifers 

jourpey. 

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May 17, 2004 
Dear James, 

Congratulations on your graduation 
from Colorado College. We are so very 
proud of you, and all that you have 
accomplished. 

Good luck on the road ahead. 
With all our love, 

Dad & Mum, 

Sam, Georgia, & Mark 



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Congratulations Sara! 

May your world be 
filled with happiness 
and may all your 
dreams come true. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, 
Dave & Amy 




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Dear Dave, 

You are what your deep, driving 

desire is. As your desire is, so is your 

will. As your will is, so is your deed. 

As your deed is, so is your destiny. 

We are so proud of the man you have 

become. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Ken & Tom 



Eric Jensen Burns 

Congratulations on a stellar college 

career! It's an honor, joy, and privilege 

to be your parents. Our advice? "Be 

well, do good work, keep in touch, and 

Be Careful! "' 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



"To dream anything mat you want to dream, mat is the beauty of the 
human mind. To do anytfiina mat you want to do, that is the strength 
of the human will. To trust yourself, to test your limits, that is the 
courage to succeed." 

-Bcmanf Edmonds 

Qoi^ratulatioijs ^obyi 

Love, 
/Aom, Dad b lap 



Dear Jeff, 

Our family is so proud of you. You have 
always been very thoughtful, caring, 
loving and loyal. You have excelled at all 
levels and remain humble. You have 
unlimited spirit and drive to be the best 
you can be. We know you will succeed in 
all of your future endeavors. Best of all, 
you have been a remarkable son, brother, 
brother-in-law, nephew, cousin, and 
friend. We have all been truly blessed 
with you as part of our family. We could 
not be more proud. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 







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-Bim- 

We Believe in you! 

Love, Mom, Dad & Kira 




Zoe Margaux Underhill Malley- You've come a long way, 
baby! We're so proud of you, and wish you many new and 
wonderful doors to open. We'll always be here and there. 






Big Love, 

Grandpa Frank, Grandma Julie, Dad, Mom, 

Jim, Monica, John & Alice, and Tibby! 



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Congratulations! 




Katie Davies 

Love, 

Carol & Ken Kent & Linda 



Lauren & Kaitlyn 




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Congratulations 5cott! 

We are very proud of you! Having you in our lives is a joy and a blessing. By following your 

motto of "let go and let God" you have experienced some amazing adventures. Your hard work 

has brought you far, but your compassion, strong faith, and inner strength will carry you 

farther. As you continue on your life's journey, always remember to follow your dreams, 

believe in yourself, and trust in God. 

All our love, 

Dad, Mom, Steve, and Tom 




'Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for 
you in Christ Jesus." (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18) 



Jordan, 

You always wind up on top! 




Congratulations! 

The Best is yet to come! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Jessica and Sarah 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Jonathan "Tex" McGee 




'Ah, a man's reach should exceed his 

grasp. ..or what's a heaven for..." 

-R. Browning 



Love, 



Dad, Mom, and Blanton 



&JRI6TINE. P'Alez? 
PeAR. C4JRJ66Y. 

May y^ur. 6tr*?n<; tevr. 6pir.it 
anp Valued. b»r.ic;Ut anp ojri0U6 
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Never give up on your dreams. 
Believe in yourself & know that 
your steps are ordered by God. 
Remember: I can do all things 
through Christ who strengthens me. 
(Philippians 4:13) 

Love Always. 
Dad. Mom & Cindv 




Alexis Dominique Reyes Ball 





Wilfred, 

Keep climbing those 

mountains! Have fun 

and be safe. 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Your journey is just beginning. 

Congratulations on all that you have 

accomplished. Te quermos mucho. 

Mama & Steve 



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inFNT Df'vf - ! opmfnt 



Do you know what I am? 
Do you know what I do? 
Do you know how I have helped you? 

I directly support teaching, learning and discovery at Colorado College. 

I support the mission of the college by introducing alumni, 
parents, friends, faculty and staff to the importance of giving annually to enhance 
programs and assist in the daily operation of the college. AL FUND * 

I help subsidize 40% of costs to narrow the gap between tuition costs and the true 
cost of a CC education. I keep CC competitive with other 

top liberal arts colleges. AS I help qualified students attend 

CC thorough financial aid. SI) • I support a language lab, study 

abroad programs and the maintenance of Colorado College's beautiful campus. 

I help equip an athletic team or intramural programs. 

I provide field trip transportation for students. 

• I buy laboratory supplies, library and art books. 

• All students, whether or not they receive financial aid, 
benefit from the "silent scholarship" provided through the ANNUAL FUND. 



I AM THE ANNUAL FUND 

Don 't forget me... I never forgot you ! 



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